The popular story of how low-carb diets work goes something like this: Reducing your carbohydrate...
Let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Sisson. I’m 63 years young. I live and work in Malibu, California. In a past life I was a professional marathoner and triathlete. Now my life goal is to help 100 million people get healthy. I started this blog in 2006 to empower people to take full responsibility for their own health and enjoyment of life by investigating, discussing, and critically rethinking everything we’ve assumed to be true about health and wellness...Tell Me More
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Elle Russ had a great chat with Dave Asprey. Good stuff.
American kids are among the world’s least fit.
Staying physically and mentally active reduces cognitive decline.
“Tech rage“: Americans are apparently throwing, sobbing into, and screaming at their smartphones on a regular basis.
I talked at length about lessons learned in my endurance career on the Tri Swim Coach Podcast.
80% of Chinese clinical trials use falsified data.
Dogs and humans share genes for socializing (and social disorders).
Older women who consume more than 261 mg caffeine per day (2-3 cups of coffee, 5-6 cups of tea) have a lower risk of dementia.
A new study spanning 42 European countries finds no association between saturated fat and cardiovascular disease, the lowest risk among those eating the most fat and animal protein, and the highest risk among those eating the most refined carbs. Huh.
Bees just made the endangered species list for the first time ever. Congratulations!
It’s been busy this year with the release of several new books, but there’s one that’s been under the radar that I think you’ll be especially excited about. Remember in 2013 when I published The Paleo Primer by Keris Marsden and Matt Whitmore? This delightful book introduced us to paleo/primal principles in the wittiest of ways, and then dished out creatively delicious primal recipes. Well with your help it went on to enjoy global success with copies published in the UK (Ebury Publishing) and Germany (Goldmann Verlag), and it’s ranked #1 in many categories on Amazon, including Paleo Diet, Low-Carb Cooking, and Exercise and Fitness. Thankfully, Keris and Matt weren’t done, and they’ve spent the last three years perfecting even more mouthwatering, primal-approved meals. And we’ve packaged them all together in The Paleo Primer: A Second Helping!
On the causality—or lack thereof—of the gut biome’s association with obesity.
Going barefoot in the classroom makes kids more enthusiastic about school.
Where you carry your fat affects your risk of heart disease.
The role of mitochondrial hormesis in exercise training.
If you’re pinterested in winning a gift certificate to Whole Foods, enter this Primal Kitchen Pinterest contest.
30 grams of freeze-dried wild blueberries provides big cognitive boosts to 7-10 year olds, 15 grams less so.
Your fitness tracker probably won’t actually help you lose much weight.
The effect of cold showers on health and productivity.